By Björn Lindman, Olle Söderman, Peter Stilbs (auth.), K. L. Mittal (eds.)
This and its significant other volumes 8,9, and 10 rfile the complaints of the sixth overseas Symposium on Surfactants in resolution (SIS) held in New Delhi, India, August 18-22, 1986 lower than the joint auspices of the Indian Society for floor technological know-how and expertise, and Indian Institute of know-how, Delhi. As this symposium was once a landmark -- it represented the 10th anniversary of this sequence of symposia -- so it's very apropos to mirror on how those symposia have advanced to their current dimension and standing. The pedigree of this sequence of symposia is going again to 1976 while the superior symposium during this sequence was once held. truly in 1976 it used to be a modest commence and it used to be impossible at the moment to stare upon the crystal ball and are expecting what will be the scenario in 1986. For historic reasons, it may be recorded the following that the 1st symposium used to be held in Albany, long island, below the name "Micellization, Solubilization and Microemulsions"; the second one symposium used to be christened "Solution Chemistry of Surfactants" and used to be held in Knoxville, TN, in 1978; the venue for the 3rd symposium in 1980 used to be Potsdam, long island, and it was once dubbed "International Symposium on resolution habit of Surfactants: Theoretical and utilized Aspects.
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S is analogous to the order parameter that can be extracted from quadrupolar splittings in anisotropic mesophases. o) may be obtained. The results of such an analysis for two types of systems, TIL micellar solutions and microemulsions, are given below. Micellar solutions. Eq. 5 has been applied to field dependent relaxation data from a number of different surfactant systems in which spherical micelles are formed. 5 is required. In Ref. 124 extensive 2H relaxation data could be explained if the slow motion were described with a single exponential correlation funciton, which yields a Lorentzian spectral density function, viz.
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